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I Directions: Find the missing number in
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12 15 69

6 18 ,9 16 22 ?
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(Questions 3 -4)
Directions : Match the numbers in
~~c;3n~J : ~pQ-1 d~~ ;!jO~6~rJ~.;.7
Column- I with the rules in Column- II
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Column-I Column -II

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28

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4. Which number follows the rule
3. Which rule the number 28follows? ..
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2n + 3?
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In a ce~talncoda lunguO(Jo, 'tlnk log 0'
~OOJ m05~~5, f1Jc'~q:b~. 'link ,log ,s.e'
means:rul r rlpo',J 0 thno haY jJrrJ(i
;"000, 'fruits are ripe', 'se thao hay
means mongo oro not rlpo' 'hay so.
cuo jJnl<' moon9 'banana oro ~ot rlpo'. link' wodd 'mangoes are not ripe', 'hay
S9 cue tlnk' <wood 'bananas are not ripe'.
Which word In that coda lunguage moans
'banana ' In tho following 'I 61 '8t;1f)'N cxm>~ c:jd~ e rJc)o~e~t1
e.;tDcr1 oj,:, ~ bana nas' rW 'd,:,J. c:D r:J rfis
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1) log

2) thao

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Direction : Find tho wrong number or
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group of lottors In the givon sorles.
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6. 15, 34, 71, 134, 223, 350 7. ACFJ, DGKP, IMRW, PUAH, YELT
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Directions: In the given questions there


'):J~t5~r:tJ~ : ffi ~9f\'i5 ~~c(nr;tl:
are four groups of numbers I pairs of
cti;;:.J~ojJC)odoe)oj~M
7Jo!}j.rft;l~/~~fA
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numbers I group of letters of which three


7Jo~ 'rltJ~/~'ddrtt;l rt~or:j~"FJ ::E'~~
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are alike and one Is different. Find the one
rbocmn9c:nc( ~~~. ~~ii9~c:bJ~m ~~
WhiCh.is different. ~ .- e{'~o:b ;:JoZJod~~, a5..GOOro3~. E..:ccb
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~~ c:3Uru::3 '.~~~ c;Eru::b:jd::b,
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(Questions 11 -15)

Directions : Complete the following ;G,rr)tj~ne;b ~L3t:b~


\oJ
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numberlletterlfigural series by selecting 591\~ 7Jomtie:;t.d/~~1'\9~{~r\Q~~
from the given choices. MteF M~~.

11. 2, 11, 38, 1, 362, 1091 12. 2160, 1, 72, 18, 6, 3

~9~ 1) 240

2) 121 2) 300

3) 133 ~ v/

4) 197 4) 400
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1) aabba
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2) b b a a b

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4) a a a b b

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(Questions 16 -17) (~.l~e;J 16 ~ 17) (

Directions: Take the given statements t~zac:3r(tJ~: ~~n~JfjWd,~


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as true and decide which of the i:lorj) 21JU.w'J, o~qj nrSrOj)~ !OaF"~tnJll ~~.
conclusions logically follow from the ffiJdd03Jdc;j))~rj ~od, ;)~F"bh 1.
statements.
16. Statements: 16. <z~~t1r(e;~
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1. All horses are dogs o 2.
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2. All dogs are cats
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Conclusions:
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I. All horses are cats II. i)~] zj~r:f,jfc) ~)Q~rltJj

II. All cats are horses. 1) 5e~~ (Jr~F'o~ I C,!lt~1Jt>1J~:!d


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/~y conclusion I follows 2) 5~~~ ~(1DF~' II ~~~01Jj$d
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2) Only conclusion II follows 3) (J~F~Tifj~ I iiZ,~ II ,;"dcM
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3) Both conclusions I and II follow ~~~o~,~~ J

4) Neither conclusion I nor II follows 4) '-lr~FO~ I ~tPwv II oiJ"7>;i)~


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17. Statements:
1. Some apples are mangoes 1. gc:J~ fJ~~ntJ~ ~;)" ~r'a)t,rl9J
2. All mangoes are bananas 2. w~u
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Conclusions:
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\. Some bananas are apples
II. ~~ ~,,;;:,~ m~n~Jd ~c~T1W
\\. An mangoes are apples III. g~~ zjU"'W~~fJ" ~~~ m~9)
\1\. Somebananas are mangoes IV. ~~ ~C~K9Jd ~~m~r(w
\V. AU apples are bananas
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A) Conclusions II and IV follow
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IV ~~~O~~~;;

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nC\USlonsI, II and IIIi:follow ,<....1; .


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(Questions 18 -19)
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Directions : In the questions below the
ij~rl M~tt>~ ~.5l~~~,
numbers in the figures are related. Identify
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numbers in the given figures. ~owoQ~~, "I....D ~2d~~d. ffi ;!jowoQ~c!J\"'I.
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2) 8

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Directions: Complete the given analogy
by selecting the correct answers from the
alternatives.

20. 147: 49 ::1:1


1) 186: 66

2} 1a~: ~3
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3) 625

4} 201 : 33 4) 650
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(Questions 25 - 27) (~~l'~25 - 27)
Directions : Identify the number of ~~~rt~ : 5911 5Jdl!P-1~23~~~ ~~3
c.;
specified geometric shapes in the given
t5U6~~a:b C='ijt>~n9 ~o~a:bci)et 5o~oot2d:>.
diagramand mark the correct answer.
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25. How many triangles are in the given
figure? 25. ~~~ ~~A~~ ~~ ~t::n~~ ?

2) 22

3) 23

4) 24

26. How many rectangles are in the 27. How many semicircles are in the
given figure? given figure?

1)20

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3) 16
1) 6
4) 14
2) 8

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(Questions 28 - 29) (~~..tn~ 28 - 29)
28. If > stands for + 28. >~+~
< stands for -

v stands for x

A stands for +

':/> stands for =


Then which one of the following

equations given below is correct?

4) 181-54<27/\9>45 V9

29. Which one of the following


equations is NOT meaningful by
substituting the set of given
mathematical signs (+, +, x)=,
sequentially in the given
equations?

1) 80 + 5 + 4 = 5 x 4

2) 30 + 2 + 5 = 2 x 10

.. ~~ 10+4=10x6 ------

. 4)6.0 + 3 + 10 =6x 5
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0\ tions ~Th~ lcltow\ng qUt:sllG\\~ (H13 U~~ti\{] l th ~f\~j ~J~\f~~.~!ti)~-g~
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'ch tetter represenls lonchQrs 30. tmJtfjnirJeJ~ 'ri. ~,",~ffi).. t:1


.reslngers and also dnncors ? Wt'JtI l~ ~~tJlF1~tl~d; aI!' ~~,gitJ
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31.. \Yhich letter represenls dancors 31. W~jlt;1i1()ejtJ~lfl1 f.t~~f\1gg~


and singers who are nollenchors ? Imi rwrje#ttt ajj!J iJ f~;,)
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Direction :There are five members in a ~t5~n~~: ~oz::i) ~~~Of.Jd~ ~~ ...
family. The comparison of their ages is ~d1>~qo. e~d ~o:b~r\9 05J;;e~ij '~
as follows: O~~ ~O :
1. An}u's age Is twice the age of Rama, 1. ~o~~~ ;:J~~~ N m>~~~ ~~:>~td
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but Is half the age of Harsha. <;;)dtZd~d. ~n'~ a5~r~ ~oS:>~td
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2. Balu's age Is half the age of Rama,
but Is twice the age of Mala. 2. m~~~ ;:JoS~~~
N
m>~~~ ~oi:>~td
N
~Qr~~d ~M ~~~ ~oS:>~~
Which one of the following pair <;;)dtZd~d.
represents the oldest and the youngest
members in the family? ~ ~~owd~ ~~DO~ !ooOi, ~~ -cacm'
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(Questions 33 - 34 )
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Directions : Find the correct mirror ~t5~ii~~ : '8..fl)~d:)~ ~~~.
~~~li
images for the following problem figures ;!jOo:bud S~~O~c;3~~ C::kAtmFo:b1i~od
choosing from the alternatives. 50~&JtB<mO.

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(Question: 35) . (Question: 36)


35. In a code language CHALK is 36. In a code A = 26 ..... Z = 1 if G = 25
written as XSZOP, in the same code and MILK = 83 then, find the code
BOARD can be written as : for WATER .
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~O~ ~o~e~~ ~C-!3o:b~CHALK ~~ ~od) ~o~~ ~d A = 26 Z = 1.
XSZOP t:)o~ tJoco, ~d~ ~o5e~d G=25 ~wMILK=83 ~doWATER~
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~~d BOARD ~~ lDerl tJo~tJ~~ ;'!jo5e~~~~ ~ot:b~~~C

1) ZLYWI ~
2) 68
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4) 93
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(Questions 37 - 38)
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Directions: Find the missing part of the ~('f\cb~ z3~d ~n~~cl. ~o:m>Fo:bn~od
given figure from the alternatives. '60~l.o~Qj)O.

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Directions: A sheet of pf:.\pel'ln the given MM~r(rJ~: ~Ji)~~uj ~~.dd~~~ 2.JO~'.


shape is folded as shown In tho figures. \rondo Wi)~cxb~J. 2.3~~~ i.rc>{'O~d)~o~1
Then punched as shown by dots In the ~~)iJd, ~o~d do~ ~Jr>tAd,)~d~et
figure, Find how the paper appears when ~-an~od 2.3~d ~~5 M{'l),!)O. crt>~g
ins unfolded, Find the correct choice for
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the questions using the alternatives.
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~irections : A dice is thrown thrice and ~r!~rl~ : 2.,)om cmeJ~~, ~m' ~e..);':< .
Its three positions are given below. i)~0t)r( ~rro~ ~m ee~o:b ~~li~~~'
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(Question: 42)
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Directions : When the given pr'oblem cti(=St)ti'e)60j~1\ ~~~N~rr. i~f\~:;
figure is folded as a cube, identify which ~ojJUFo;j;)r(P:i~
M 3JC)~u,,;d:>~ojJU~.l .,
one of the cubes with faces shown below '?
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is possible?

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(Question : 43)

; Directions: Amar has some notes of


~,As.10and Rs. 20. The total number of
notes are 70 and the total amount of
money with him is RS.1,050. Find the
numberof notes of RS.1a and As. 20 with
h.
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1) 3~40 \()')(f').O~ l~
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4) 45 and 25

(Questions 44 - 45)
(~~ne;" 44 - 45)
Directions: Choose the figure from the
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alternatives which is suitable to put the
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dot(e) as found in the problem figure.
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(Question: 46) (~::B~: 46)
Directions: In the following questions a
problem figure is given. The problem figure
::iJa~:3li~'b: ffi ~9n ~~ro~' ~t~~
is hidden in one of the figures given as t...>om ~m>~ zd~~et 5..G~O. ffi ~
alternatives. Find the figure in which the zd~~ r:j~F"oj,) zd~rl9~
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problem figure is hidden. zd~d~ ~r.;1\o.~~ c::kxbuF"cm ~~~
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(Questions 47 - 48 )
(~zB-tneJJ47 - 48)
Directions: Given below are two matrices ~t.5~n9J : G1 ~cjf\ri ~d~. iJr\F"r\9
containing two classes of letters. The rows ~~dr\~M~~rtrc>Ot3cJ.:m$d~rl~ri>~M~rj.
and the columns of matrix I are numbered ~i!c)~ , d
1oe;1rit.,1C\bJ.
;IJ()~ 1 Dod ~~

from1.to4 and that of Matrix II from 5 to 8. A 4 ogj~ti ~~ ~~c)5 " rD-t 5 Dod.

letter from these matrices can be 8 ogj~n ;t:jO~ori~od rod:l~Ald. c:Du~tJ~oi).


representedfirst by its row number and next
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QjJ~ ~orj e:9do 1oe;1 ;rjo~~od
by itscolumn number
M2J;rj rJtIbm.
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11,24,32,43 11,24,32,43

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 S A E R 5 , C H 0

2 R E A S 6 C H 0 ,
3 E S R A 7 0 , C H

4 A R 5 E 8 H 0 , C

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represent the word REACH? represent the word OSIER?
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1) 14, 31, 23, 58, 78 2) 67, 11, 87, 34, 21 ..,; ,
2) 21, .22, 32, 78, 85~ 3) 75, 76, 44. 32 .,/' ,: . "
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(Question - 49 )
Directions : Choose which one of the ;!\r.l!3i3rl~:!I<l~d:ltj 1.3~d 1,Tclrlrle;l~~
figureS shown in the alternatives wi\\ be ~eo"dd ~o:irclF"cmrlo,ie')M ~eOMj:);;:\~il '
f?rmed by joining the given parts of the !.d~~. d1.3;:j~~~t3
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ltl!J comparl on ot
heights of 4 persons A, B, C :;:b~ D ffi 4 ~~d ~~drl9
A,S, C and 0 aro as follows ~ 05~e!l5o:b:J ffi Oee ,"0 :
Statcmcn :
L A I taller than B
II, A I shorter than C II. A o.m C l\o~ oUl~ w~dc:ml\~tS

Ill. C IB taller than D 1If. C o:bJ D l\o~ w~dc:wl\~~

Qucstlon:
To fInd whether B Is taller than 0, B ~ D 1\03 .:>~d~1\ogcdo3:Je ~~
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2) ()ato In statement 1/ Is sufficient
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